Contains reprint of original t.p.: A relation or iournall of the beginning and proceedings of the English plantation setled at Plimoth, London. Printed for Iohn Bellamie, 1622. Usually cited as "Mourt's relation" on account of the signature G. Mourt, found at the end of the address to the reader, though it is clear that he did no more than commend the work to the public. There is a general agreement among authorities that "G. Mourt" was George Morton, an early associate of the Pilgrims who rejoined them at Plymouth in 1623
The Relation is a minute diary of events from November 1620 to December 1621, and was probably the joint work of Bradford and Winslow. Its continuation to September 1623 by Winslow was published London, 1624, as "Good newes from New England."